Get Hyped For Disc Jam 2017 With This Choice Playlist

first_imgThis year’s Disc Jam Music Festival right around the corner is set to take place from June 8th-11th in Stephentown, NY. In preparation of the celebration, Live For Live Music has created a special Spotify playlist highlighting many of the 60+ acts featured on the lineup.Take a listen to Break Science‘s “Brain Reaction” (ft. Redman & Lettuce), “Nightswimming” by Turkuaz, the latest single from The Motet titled “Supernova,” the Manic Focus ft. GRiZ track “Life Goes On,” TAUK‘s “Program Select,” Dopapod‘s “Present Ghosts,” Aqueous‘ “Staring Into the Sun” from their latest live release Element Pt. I, and a plethora of other artists that are on the full lineup.Disc Jam 2017: From The Little Festival That Could To A Massive Summer AffairThis 40-song playlist is full of great tracks that deserves a listen, including Electric Beethoven, Ghost-Note, Congo Sanchez, Roots of Creation, lespecial, Swift Technique, Wild Adriatic, Teddy Midnight, Spiritual Rez, Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squad, Consider the Source, and a number of acts on the rise and ready to make their way into your listening habitats. Press play below, sit back and enjoy!Tickets for Disc Jam are currently on-sale and can be purchased at the festival’s website. For event updates and additional information, join the Facebook Event page, and check out the full 2017 Disc Jam Music Festival lineup below![cover photo courtesy of Sarah Bourque] Enter To Win A Pair Of Passes + Exclusive Festival Merch!,Enter To Win A Pair Of Passes + Exclusive Festival Merch!last_img read more

Scottish Premiership match previews, team news, predictions, live on Sky Sports | Football News

first_imgRangers vs Hamilton – Sunday, 3pmRangers team news to followHamilton team news to followKey stat: Motherwell are winless in 15 league matches against Celtic (D3 L11), losing each of the last six in succession.How to watch: Follow the action with our dedicated live match blog, with free match highlights will be published on the Sky Sports website, app and YouTube channel later that evening.Andy Walker’s prediction: 2-0 The on-loan Bristol City forward – who was due to remain at Pittodrie until January 31 – has been ruled out for up to 10 weeks, meaning he misses Friday night’s clash with Hibernian for starters.Dylan McGeouch and Jonny Hayes are both out with groin problems, but Hayes has been given a boost with news he should only be out of action for three weeks.Hibs boss Jack Ross will be without Lewis Stevenson for the trip north.- Advertisement – Team news, stats and predictions for the latest round of the Scottish Premiership.Aberdeen vs Hibernian – Friday, 7.45pmTeam news: Marley Watkins may have played his last game for Aberdeen after suffering a serious hamstring injury.- Advertisement – How to watch: Follow the action with our dedicated Scottish Premiership blog. Free match highlights will be published on the Sky Sports website, app and YouTube channel later that evening.Andy Walker’s prediction: 1-1Ross County vs Livingston – Friday, 7.45pmTeam news: Connor Randall is out of Ross County’s home Premiership clash with Livingston on Friday night.The Staggies defender sustained a hamstring injury against Dundee United last week.Callum Morris and Ross Draper (both calf) are still struggling.Livingston manager Gary Holt has no fresh injury concerns.Holt could make changes after his side suffered a third consecutive defeat against Motherwell last week.Defender Alan Lithgow (hip) and midfielder Keaghan Jacobs (foot) remain long-term absentees.Key stat: Ross County won their last home league meeting with Livingston 2-0 in February 2020 courtesy of a Billy Mckay double.How to watch: Follow the action with our dedicated Scottish Premiership blog. Free match highlights will be published on the Sky Sports website, app and YouTube channel later that evening.Andy Walker’s prediction: 0-0St Mirren vs Dundee United – Friday, 7.45pmTeam news: St Mirren’s squad have been released from quarantine as they prepare for their first Scottish Premiership game in over a month.The Buddies were forced to postpone their clashes with Motherwell and Hamilton after a Covid-19 outbreak, but Jim Goodwin’s team are back in training ahead of Friday night’s Paisley showdown with Dundee United.St Mirren could hand debuts to new signings Jake Doyle-Hayes and Brandon Mason, but Ryan Flynn is still short of fitness despite rejoining his team-mates after a long-term knee injury.Marc McNulty is back in contention for Dundee United.The striker, on loan from Reading, returned to training after recovering from a hamstring strain which kept him out of the win over Ross County last weekend.Defender Mark Connolly will resume training on Monday as he manages a knee problem.Key stat: This will be St Mirren’s first home game against Dundee United in the Scottish Premiership since a 1-1 draw in January 2015; the Buddies have only won one of their last 14 home games against the Tangerines in the top flight (D6 L7), a 4-1 victory in December 2013How to watch: Follow the action with our dedicated Scottish Premiership blog. Free match highlights will be published on the Sky Sports website, app and YouTube channel later that evening.Andy Walker’s prediction: 0-1St Johnstone vs Kilmarnock – Friday, 7.45pmTeam news: Guy Melamed is set to be involved for St Johnstone when they take on Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership on Friday.The deadline-day signing is yet to feature for his new club, but boss Callum Davidson said this week the Israeli forward had impressed him in a practice game.St Johnstone are playing for the first time in a fortnight after Hibernian – their scheduled opponents last weekend – were involved in Scottish Cup action.Kilmarnock boss Alex Dyer has no fresh injury concerns.Defender Clevid Dikamona remains on the sidelines for the visitors, who have lost their last two matches.The centre-back sustained ligament damage after landing awkwardly against Hibs last month.Key stat: St Johnstone have won both of their last two league games against Kilmarnock; they last beat them in three consecutive top-flight encounters back in March 2013 under Steve Lomas.How to watch: Follow the action with our dedicated Scottish Premiership blog. Free match highlights will be published on the Sky Sports website, app and YouTube channel later that evening.Andy Walker’s prediction: 1-0Motherwell vs Celtic – Sunday, 12pm live on Sky Sports FootballMotherwell team news to followCeltic team news to followKey stat: Motherwell are winless in 15 league matches against Celtic (D3 L11), losing each of the last six in succession.How to watch: Watch Motherwell vs Celtic live on Sky Sports Football and Main Event from 11am; Kick-off 12pm. Follow the action with our dedicated live match blog including in-game clips, with free match highlights published on the Sky Sports website, app and YouTube channel later that evening.Andy Walker’s prediction: 0-2 Sunday 8th November 11:00am Kick off 12:00pm The defender has been sidelined for up to six weeks with an ankle knock.Scott Allan remains unavailable due to a health issue.Key stat: Aberdeen are unbeaten in eight home league games against Hibernian (W5 D3) since a 1-2 reverse in May 2012 under Craig Brown.- Advertisement – – Advertisement –last_img read more